Katie Couric is a former presenter of CBS Evening News, and now presents a programme on ABC.
Couric’s reporting career began when she was hired by Stan Hooper as a desk assistant for the ABC News bureau in Washington, D.C., later joining CNN as an assignment editor.
In 1990, she joined Today as national correspondent, becoming a substitute co-host in February 1991 when Norville had a baby. Norville never returned and Couric became permanent co-anchor on Thursday, April 5, 1991.
Katie stepped down as presenter of CBS Evening News on Thursday 19th May 2011..
Images of ABC News presenter, Katie Couric, interviewing Prince William and Prince Harry in the run up to the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
Katie Couric has presented her last CBS Evening News tonight. Katie announced last month that she will step down on 19th May 2011. 60 Seconds correspondent, Scott Pelley, will take over from the 6th of June.
Katie Couric is to leave CBS Evening News. “I have decided to step down from the CBS Evening News,” Couric tells PEOPLE magazine. “I’m really proud of the talented team on the CBS Evening News and the award-winning work we’ve been able to do in…
CBS news anchor Katie Couric plans to leave Wednesday for an ambitious reporting trip to Iraq and Syria in anticipation of a crucial military report on progress of the American effort. Couric will anchor the “CBS Evening News” from Baghdad next Tuesday and Wednesday, then…
==== Scott Pelley is a 60 Minutes correspondent and anchor of the CBS Evening News ==== Pelley replaced Katie Couric as anchor of Evening News, presenting his first bulletin on Monday 6th June 2011.